I recently had the opportunity to attend a fascinating meetup about women in technology hosted by the tech in motion meetup group. The meeting was structured around an in-depth panel discussion touching on today’s hottest topics surrounding women in technology. Topics ranged from unequal pay to the misconception of women in leadership roles. One key piece of information that stuck with me was the rising presence of tech start-ups in New York. (more…)
Women in Tech: Why women are not taken as seriously as men in the tech industry and what obstacles women need to overcome to make ensure that they leave their mark in the technology field.
After recently attending the Women in Tech: Tech Panel at the AlleyNYC last week, I was able to listen to a few extremely successful women in the tech industry and pull what I believed to be:
The Top 5 Reasons Women allow themselves to succumb themselves to a certain ‘bold-less’, ‘lady-like’ stereotype in the industry:
After recently attending a tech meetup in the city, I began to take notice of what should be the proper protocol when hosting a meetup. Although attending the meetup was new and exciting, I also think there were plenty of missed opportunities and feelings of awkwardness. Here’s some observations on what I think make good dos and don’ts of hosting a meetup. (more…)
NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 25, 2012 – Merchantry, an eCommerce SaaS technology company, today announced its partnerships with six of the leading eCommerce integration agencies. Each company – Corratech, Gorilla Group, Hara Partners, Indaba Group, Lyons Consulting Group and Pixafy – implements best practices in both user interface design and technology integration to optimize operations and increase customer engagement for retail-driven websites. (more…)
At Pixafy, we really believe in the fact that hand-crafted products come with a lot of love and caring that make them special. That’s how we build our sites, and in the food world, we’ve found a kindred spirit in SusieCakes.
Founder Susan Sarich founded a business on time-tested family recipes, crafted with tender loving care, and has built a small chain of bakeries on the west coast with a fervently devoted following. Her company’s growing, and Pixafy is there to help her with her web technology needs.
Pixafy helped SusieCakes launch its online store a year ago, providing delivery within reach of SusieCakes’ stores as well as in-store pickup. As SusieCakes has expanded in the physical world, we’ve helped keep the site current in the digital world, expanding the offerings to more people.
If you’re in California, be sure to stop by one of their stores or place an order. You won’t be disappointed!